As soon as April month ends, the top-selling number lists of SUVs in April month have started coming out. Where in the list two contenders are still leading their segment with a good margin which we’ll check out later.
We here took the March 2021 selling number records because, in April 2020, the lockdown has been imposed across India. So the selling was zero on that month.
There is a car in the list which is still holding their top place and the car is Hyundai Creta. In the Mid-size SUV segment, the Hyundai Creta has scored first place by crossing Kia Seltos and sold in a whopping selling number of 12,463 units. The third and fourth place has been secured by Mahindra Scorpio (with 3,577 units) and Maruti S-Cross (with 2,247 units) simultaneously. Where the lowest-scoring cars are Nissan Kicks, Hyundai Kona, and Skoda Karoq that achieved a selling number of only 58, 12, and 3 units.
Next is the MG Hector (the numbers are counted by adding the number Hector Plus also) that has sold 2,147 units in April by holding 5th position and defeated the Tata Harrier by a margin of 435 units but if we combine the nos of Harrier and Safari (because Safari is based on Harrier) then it will 3226 units then the MG’s Hector will on a lower position.
Whereas Tata has also performed great by selling 1,712 units of Harrier and 1,514 units of the all-new Safari. The cars have scored the 6th and 7th position in April month.
After this, the Jeep Compass and Mahindra XUV 500 have come in 8th and 9th position by registering a sales no of 846 and 717. The rest of the cars that include- Kicks, Duster, ZS EV, Kona and Karoq won’t do well.
In the list, there are only four cars that’s sales nos are actually increased in comparison to March 2021. The Mahindra Scorpio, XUV 500, Hyundai Kona, and Skoda Karoq’s selling percentage have increased to 35%, 16%, 8%, and 67% (Round figures).
Now here is the April Selling list of premium SUVs. In the full-size segment, the most loved Toyota Fortuner has scored first place with a registered selling unit of 1,414, whereas the Ford Endeavour has scored the second position, just below the Fortuner by selling nos of 840.
The third place has been taken by a newcomer MG Gloster, the latest and new full-size SUV. It has scored a selling no of 302 units. While the Hyundai’s Tucson and Mahindra Alturas G4 are last in the battle by 105 and 24 units simultaneously.